China without Mao : the search for a new order / Immanuel C.Y. Hsü.
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|DS779.26 H77 1983||
China -- Politics and government -- 1976-2002.
Politics and government
xii, 212 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
T.p. dated: 1982.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. The smashing of the Gang of Four -- The deaths of national leaders -- The Gang of Four -- Mao and the Gang -- 2. Deng Xiaoping and China's new order -- Deng's rehabilitation -- Deng's drive for political dominance -- The demystification of Mao -- 3. The normalization of diplomatic relations between China and the United States -- The normalization of diplomatic relations -- The normalization of trade and other relations -- 4. The four modernizations -- The ten-year plan -- Major problems of modernization: capital, manpower and planning -- Retrenchment and revised priorities -- Profit, material incentive, and structural reorganization -- The consequences of rapid modernization -- Foreign value and Chinese essence -- 5. The end of the Maoist age -- The trial of the Gang of Four and the Lin Biao Group -- Assessments of Mao -- A new leadership and a new order Chinese communism: a thirty-year review -- 6. Taiwan's "economic miracle" and the prospect for unification with mainland China -- Causes of Taiwan's economic success -- The prospect of reunification -- Guide to Pinyin and Wade-Giles systems -- Appendix: On questions of party history.
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|WorldCat Identities||Hsü, Immanuel C. Y. 1923-2005.
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